It's a dutch government building a few hundred years ago. The building is converted into museum & retail outlets for tourism Melaka
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You won't be able to avoid this place if you visit Melaka. Interesting and historic, you will be surroundered by a vast numbr of tourists so try to come early to avoid them.
It was the same as before. There's the history of this place which you can easily Google, but what made this place a tourist attraction is probably the herd instinct. People go there because people went there, and took great photos. Yes, the place is...More
The first time tourism object that I visited at Malaysia. Arrived here at nearly sunset. We got nice evening and beautiful sunset... And around the red building have big tree and many birds so peaceful heard about it. Then we walked along the river. So...More
Stadthuys means town hall in Dutch who built it as their administrative centre in the 1650s and later it was used by the British. It's large and built on 4 floors and was painted red in the 1820s. It continued to be used as a...More
This historic building needs no introduction and the high rating is for the edifice alone and its historical significance. Don't expect strong air conditioning in the museum inside. Like most, if not all, state-run museums on the peninsula, details of many exhibits are disappointingly scant.
This is a busy square and buzzing with visitors and the locals. There are quite a few sights in all directions from this space and its a must visit if you are in town. It will help orient the visitor in terms of direction and...More
Located in the heart of Malacca town, this place is a must visit place when you visit the state of Malacca. You can see many old structures like the red church, water fountain and many more. This red square is also a stone throw from...More